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IPhriday Photo Challenge: My Cottage Garden

My Cottage Garden at End of April

My Cottage Garden at End of April

Today as I look at my garden I dream of an idea that I have seen and would love to do in my Woodland Garden! What do you think?

The Stone Circle

The Stone Circle

I hope you enjoyed our walk in the garden today! Get out there and see what’s going on in your neighborhood and post it for the IPhriday Photo Challenge!  All photos were done with my IPhone!

 

16 Responses to “IPhriday Photo Challenge: My Cottage Garden”

  1. JanetRimmington

    Whoa! So green and lush! (My garden is waaaaay behind yours – these photos lift me up). The stone circle is inspiring!

    Reply
    • CadyLuck Leedy

      I am thinking of putting the circle in my Woodland Garden. I have more room to fill there as the deer tend to eat my plants. I figure the circle would be interesting and the deer couldn’t eat it!

      Reply
  2. graydaysandcoffee

    Your garden is so pretty and well kept! The spiral would add beautiful interest, though your garden is already beautiful!

    Reply

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